That’s the million-dollar (or pound) question, friends. This will always be one of the first questions any person looking to adapt their bathroom into a wet room will ask, and for good reason too.

We get it. Price matters (its not the only consideration, but it’s important).

Price often dictates what options and accessories you will get within the wet room and more importantly who undertakes the works for you.

It’s a tough question to answer right away because wet rooms have so many variables and options to consider, most importantly for us,

‘EVERY client has different needs that we NEED to cater to.’

Until we can assess these needs and the current environment, we are unable to provide an accurate costing.

Throughout our years of experience, we have provided answers to this question many times. Our goal is to educate every potential buyer, even if it means guiding them towards a different solution within their bathroom, such as a walk-in shower or walk-in bath.

Specialist Wet Rooms

As a company, we specialise in wet rooms for the disabled, wet rooms for the elderly and those that have mobility challenges that need solving. So, any pricing we discuss will be for specifically for wet room for these scenarios and include products and services that cater to this.

Wet Room Pricing

Based on the projects we are undertaking at the moment and in the past few months, our wet room solutions can be everything from creating a level access floor in an already suitable, up to date bathroom to a full rip out and re-plan and start afresh. The price for the shower area can range from £6,000 -7,000. Depending on factors like the age of the property and, more importantly, your choice, the cost can range from £10,000 to £17,000. This is what we would call a ‘turn-key’ project. (Turn-key means simply a complete project with everything included).

This would typically include:

Firstly, and most importantly PEACE OF MIND – our accreditations, whilst they can come at a cost for both EA Mobility and our clients, we can’t risk carrying out such works any other way. These include Which Trusted Trader status, CHAS accreditation and FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) compliance. This is something that we offer over against a typical local building contractor.

    Strip out and disposal of your current bathroom products.

Building work can adapt your current layout to meet your mobility requirements, if necessary. This may involve the erection or removal of walls, widening doorways, and improving access.

  Specialist mobility wet room products such as wet room formers, safety flooring, WCs and much more.

   Building Sundries such as sealants, adhesives, and pipework.

Electrical works and compliance.

…and of course, our PEOPLE. Expert installers will carry out the project, and our amazing team will procure and schedule your project. They will keep you updated throughout the whole process.

As with any major home improvement project, the price range can fluctuate. This change occurs as options are added or removed and designs become more intricate or simplistic.

We understand there are lots of considerations when doing these projects. We always recommend our clients to develop an initial budget and factor in any costs of not getting this adaptation done. These include potential care home costs should you decide to move into a care home instead of making your home suitable. Also, additional care costs within the home should you wish to leave your bathroom as is and use another means of cleaning.

Here are a few frequently asked questions around costings that you may benefit from:

Is the £10,000-£15,000 range a guarantee for my project?

Not necessarily, but it does give you a good starting point to begin assembling the budget for your project.

So, what’s the lowest cost we’ve done a wet room for?

Well, not much lower than £10,000 for a full wet room. As previously mentioned, we can carry out wet-room floor projects for significantly less.

And what’s the highest cost we’ve done a wet room for?

We’ve carried out very intricate, specialist projects that have been more than £30,000. At this price range, you can expect building works and a lot of specialist equipment such as smart toilets, high-dependency baths and body dryers.

I can’t afford this price, what can I do?

As a client-centric company, at EA Mobility, we love finding solutions to our client’s needs. This is why we like to guide our customers to other potential more cost-effective solutions that may be of benefit such as a walk-in shower or walk-in bath. We would love to hear from you to see how we can assist. You can be rest assured that if we feel that the best solution for you is a less costly option then that is what you will be advised. However, if you want to add more stylish fittings of your choice and additional equipment, that is completely your choice. Whilst we are doing the project, we will work with you on that.

So why not give us a call at 0808 2812665 to see how we can help you transform your home. Because, when it comes to creating a safe and comfortable environment in order for you or your loved ones to stay at home, why would you compromise?